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Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group


Dec 9, 2015

Congratulations to the recipients of 2015 Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group grants!

Amigos del Valle ($15,000) to provide in-home services, including transportation, information and referrals to seniors who earn low incomes, wish to remain independent in their homes and live in the Española Valley

Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte ($12,000) to support the Triple Play & Healthy Habits project for youth in Abiquiú, Chimayo, Española on how eating smart, keeping fit and forming positive relationships adds up to a healthy lifestyle

Cancer Foundation for New Mexico ($10,000) for the Northern New Mexico Dental Care Pilot Program to help low-income cancer patients in Rio Arriba and northern Santa Fe counties who cannot receive cancer treatment without first receiving dental care

ECHO ($10,000) to support the Food For Kids Backpack Program providing kid friendly, nutritious food to support good health and improve educational success for elementary school children in rural Rio Arriba County

Family Learning Center ($10,000) to provide support to grandparents raising grandchildren to help alleviate stress and maintain ability to interact positively with their grandchildren leading to a healthier family situation

Family YMCA ($15,000) for the Española YMCA Teen Center to support education, intervention, prevention and health outreach programs for youth in the Española Valley through positive relationships and mentoring

Food Depot ($10,000) to support the Agency Relations Council–Rio Arriba County that strengthens agencies and builds capacity through a collaborative, community-driven effort toward ending hunger in Northern New Mexico

Las Cumbres Community Services ($10,000) for the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Family Navigation monthly peer group for grandparents raising grandchildren who increasingly serve as primary caregivers in New Mexico

Los Alamos Family Council ($13,000) to provide critical-care services for low-income clients experiencing mental health, substance abuse or domestic violence

McCurdy School ($12,000) for Project Cariño, which provides free mental-health counseling to students in the Española Valley to help improve mental health, social, spiritual, familial and educational outcomes

New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project ($8,000) to support Inner/Outer Life Skills — A Pathway to Resilience, a 10-week intervention middle school program at Pojoaque Valley Middle School to improve daily life conditions for vulnerable adolescents and support their future well-being

Somos Amigos Of Northern New Mexico ($10,000) to support home repair and modification for seniors and people with disabilities to improve the health, safety and security of low-income and senior homeowners in the Española Valley and outlying areas

Villa Therese Catholic Clinic ($15,000) to support medical and dental care to underserved patients from Rio Arriba, Los Alamos and Santa Fe counties with a focus on uninsured and underinsured children and adults in the three county area

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